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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstethoscopesteth‧o‧scope /ˈsteθəskəʊp $ -skoʊp/ noun [countable]  stethoscope.jpg MHan instrument that a doctor uses to listen to your heart or breathing
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stethoscopeApply a stethoscope to the Tory chest as he speaks.It could've been any doctor, and it might not've been a stethoscope.Putting on her stethoscope, she sounded his heart very carefully, then lifted his lips and looked at his gums.She has with her his stethoscope, which she hands him.In a normal labour intermittent auscultation with a Pinard stethoscope could not be regarded as an inadequate or negligent form of assessment.Leaning against the Ping-Pong table, he picked up the stethoscope and felt its peculiar rubbery tubes.Primo is sitting on the living room couch, listening to his own heart with the stethoscope.
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